India lost the second T20I to Australia    AFP
India lost the second T20I to Australia AFP

India have thoroughly dominated the visiting Australian team, except the previous T20I which went in favour of the Kangaroos. As the two teams face each other for the final time on the tour, they might have a rain-affected match. The match becomes more interesting as it is the IPL home of Australia s stand-in captain David Warner, who led Sunrisers Hyderabad to the title for the first time in 2016. READ: Steve Waugh urges Australian selectors to consider Moises Henriques for Ashes 2017-18

The weather forecast for the Friday clash to be played at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad, shows probabilities of a few bouts of rain during the match hours. It is because of a trough, which was formed in Bay of Bengal, expanding itself till Maharashtra across Telengana. Earlier on the tour, the first T20I at Ranchi was affected by rain, setting a target of 48 runs in 6 overs for India after Australia put up 118 for 8 in 18.4 overs.

India won the ODI series 4-1. The series, which was supposed to be a good practice for Australia before The Ashes, turned out to be fruitful for the hosts instead. Captain Steven Smith left the tour midway due to his injury.

India will next face New Zealand at home in yet another limited-overs tour.